Palm Pre isn't even out yet and there's talk of a Successor

Palm Pre isn’t even out yet and there’s talk of a Successor

Palm announced in its blog. This is for anyone under its “Real Reviewers” program.

There’s just one catch.

You need to be a U.S. Citizen.

I do not believe it will matter. Pre is coming in at a very badeconomic time. $199 or $249 (depending on the plan) is a bit much.Worse, Pre has 5 major competitors to contend with. All are much moreestablished. This latter point will make Palm Pre its initial launchless likely to be a success.

With Pre not even available, there are already rumors that Palm is releasing Pre successor: Palm Eos. Here’s the story.

Palm Eos. Pre isn't even out yet!

Palm Eos. Pre isn’t even out yet!

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Right now everything is a rumor, but Palm is thought to be aiming at a more reasonable price point. $99 (after rebates).

Disclosure: Short position on Palm Illustrated on KaChing.Com
(If anyone wonders what this kaChing Thing’s a virtual investment trading game that will rock the investment world in late summer, 2009. More here. API developers wanted.)

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Posted on April 30th, 2009 by Chris Lau and filed under (4) IT in the tough Economy, (5) Creating Social Mobility, (6) Canadian Industries, (7) Catalyst for Social Change, Personal Interests|

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